Greetings! We’ve been building towards this moment since I got back on the blogging horse in the summer after a short break. We’ve had a lovely time, but with the final of the CM9798 Cup imminent, that means we are just days away from the 20th anniversary of the release of CM9798. I’ve given away a couple of prizes so far, but this is the main event.
If you want to win, all you need to do is predict this Sunday’s final between Ajax and Borussia Dortmund. You need to predict the score, then the first goalscorer and finally the time of the first goal. To give you a chance, here are the starting lineups:
How to Enter
To win my retro bundle, full of 90s goodness, all I need you to do is re-tweet this tweet (below) and reply with your prediction, e.g. 5-5 Curtis 26. If you don’t retweet, your entry won’t be counted. Entries close at 12pm Saturday 28th October.
WIN: RT this tweet and guess the score, first goal scorer and the time of the first goal for Dortmund vs Ajax for a chance to win the lot pic.twitter.com/WCWpO0rcVL
— Dave Black (@cm9798) 23 October 2017
Here’s the prizes within said bundle:
- £25 shirt voucher courtesy of Classic11.com (not pictured)
- Mousemat of the 2026 World Cup Final courtesy of P302
- 90s mug courtesy of @90sfootball
- Peter Beardsley Corinthian figurine (still boxed)
- The World According to Championship Manager 97/98 signed by Bjorn Heidenstrom
- Poster of John Curtis
- Packet of Premier League 97/98 stickers
- Footix Tamagotchi
- CM9798.co.uk branded pen
- Footix keyring
- Ibrahima Bakayoko shiny sticker
- All the Goals DVD of World Cup 98
- Three Lions ’98 CD
- Premier League 97/98 Official preview book
- Three Lions – PS1 game
- Footix soft toy that sticks to the window.
- David Ginola & Chris Bart-Williams ‘Squads’ cards
Warning! Boring explanation below:
How the tiebreak works
Let’s say two entrants predict the correct score. Everybody else is essentially eliminated at this point, leaving just the two correct entrants. If either entrant has got the correct first goalscorer, they will win. If both do, or indeed neither of you do, then it’ll go to your time of first goal guess. Whoever is closer will win. In the event that both entrants are equally incorrect (e.g. it is 80th and entrant one said 75th and the other 85th) then the winner will be decided by a coin toss and I will question ever running something like this again.
With huge thanks to Classic11.com